not sure if I should be happy that the post-doc from my Berk research group is happy with the video I made for our paper or cry because I spent almost all of today on it and still have tons more to do.
v poorly written sentence. w/e, it’s the internet.
Jacket art and type for Pioneer Girl by Bich Minh Nguyen, a novel about Lee Lien, daughter of Vietnamese immigrants, who struggles to find meaning post-grad, and discovers a surprising connection between her family and the family of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the Little House on The Prairie novels. A big thanks to Paul Buckley for this assignment.
Listen to Nguyen discuss (5 min) Pioneer Girl on NPR.
“you’re weird. but I often find people, including myself, wanting to be at your approval.”—I have had multiple people express this sentiment to me and I literally can’t understand why. how can I harness this energy and apply them to my grad school applications??
I was reading “A Day In My Life” photo posts on Livejournal and a girl who teaches English in S. Korea made a post. The classes aren’t labelled 1st, 2nd, 3rd grade but instead Eton, Stanford, Oxford, Yale, and Harvard. Like, whaaaaaaaat?!?!
“For example, students showing signs of depression tend to use file-sharing services more than their counterparts, and also use the Internet in a more random manner, frequently switching among several applications.”—